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COPYRIGHTED 
BY 

Margaret L. Melody 

Editor 

Andrew E. Newcomer 

Business Manager 
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f\he Chilhowean 



PUBLISHED BY 

THE JUNIOR CLASS 

OF 

MARYVILLE COLLEGE 

MARYVILL€ T€NN€SS€€ 

VOLUME XXVI, 1932 



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With the keenest appreciation for the 
magnificent future of splendid achieve- 
ment which he has envisaged for our 
Alma Mater, and which we know he 
will labor to make possible, we dedi- 
cate this volume of the Chilhowean to 

RALPH WALDO LLOYD 

a man possessing that rare development 
of mind that grasps a problem in its 
entirety and its relativity; that rich 
quality of heart that sees and sympa- 
thizes and understands; that wide com- 
pass of soul that recognizes ideals and 
looks beyond and realizes in 
attainment. 





CONTENTS 



BOOK I 


BOOK IV 


CAMPUS 


ATHLETICS 


BOOK II 


BOOK V 


ADMINISTRATION 


ORGANIZATIONS 


BOOK III 


BOOK VI 


CLASSES 


FEATURES 




FOREWORD 



gS WE realize, in this year of inauguration, that two epochs in the 
history of Maryville College are being welded together, and as 
we see, in the fusion of past and present, a greater college emerging, 
we who love Maryville look with pride at our growing Alma Mater, 
and, with thoughts on the gripping record of five heroic administra- 
tions, we turn toward the future of larger scope and brighter destiny 
which is rising from the foundations of a century. :::::: 




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IM MBMORIAM 




JASPER CONVERSE BARNES 

On the road from the Unknown to the Unknown we 
met a journeyman who had been long travelling. He 
had come from far and had done many deeds, and his 
eye was still clear and his ha^id still strong. And as 
we began to know him, the road sloped away into the 
shadoivs, and Life slipped from him as a 
garment otitworn. 




Isaac Anderson 

Genesis. A prophet with whom the vision splendid 
chose to lodge; through whom the incarnation 
came to pass; from whom the purpose caught its 
eloquence of might rushing winds. And his morn- 
ing of dream and his evening of deed 
were the first day. 



Book I 



Campus 




ANDERSON HALL 




FAYERWEATHER SCIENCE HALL 




THAW HALL 




PEARSONS HALL 




PRESIDENT'S HOME 




COLLEGE WOODS 




John J. Robinson 

Foundations. A successor who wore the mantle 

well. A follower who animated brick and mortar 

with the flame. A disciple who caught the torch 

and held it high through all the trying crises 

until the cataclysm which swept it out. 



Book II 

Administration 



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Edwin Ray Hunter 

M.A., PH.D. 

Dean of the College 

Dr. Hunter was graduated from Mary- 
ville College in 1914. He returned to 
his Alma Mater in 1919 to teach in the 
department of English language and 
literature, of which department he later 
became the head. In 1931 he was ap- 
pointed dean of the college, in which 
capacity his educational understanding 
and his human insight enable him to 
serve with honor to the college 
and success to himself. 





Mary Ellen Caldwell 



Dean of Women 

Miss Caldwell was graduated from 
Maryville College in 1891 and re- 
mained here for the following six 
years to teach in the departments of 
Latin and Mathematics. In 1905 she 
returned in the capacity of matron. 
In 1913 she was appointed dean of 
women, which position she has re- 
tained by virtue of her natural ability 
to manage dormitory situations and 
her growing experience with young 
people of college age. 



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iMRS. JANE BANCROFT SMITH ALEXANDER, M.A. 
Associate Professor of English 

MISS ALMIRA CAROLINE BASSETT, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Latin 

MISS CLARA JANE BROWN, M.A. 
Professor of Home Economics 

MISS ALICE ISABELLA CLEMENS, B.A. 
Associate Professor of English 

MISS MILDRED McCHEYNE CRAWFORD, B.A. 
Associate Professor of English 

CHARLES C. CURTIS, B.S. 
Associate Professor of Education 

EDMUND WAYNE DAVIS, M.A. 
Professor of Latin and Greek 

HORACE LEE ELLIS, M.A. 
Librarian 

MISS HELEN REBECCA GAMBLE, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Psychology and Education 

MISS SUSAN ALLEN GREEN, M.A., L.H.D. 
Professor of Biology 

FRED ALBERT GRIFFITTS, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 



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MISS JESSIE SLOANE HERON, M.A. 
Associate Professor of English 

LOMBE SCOTT HONAKER, B.A. 
Professor of Physical Training, and Director of Athletics 

GEORGE DEWEY HOWELL, M.S. 
Professor of Chemistry 

MISS BONNIE LUCILLE HUDSON, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Biology 

GEORGE BENJAMIN HUSSEY, M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Modern Languages 

MISS ALMIRA ELIZABETH JEWELL, M.A. 
Associate Professor of History 

MISS MARY MOORE KELLER, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Psychology 

MISS CLARA VIRGINIA KENNEDY, B.A., B.S. 
Assistant Librarian 

JOHN HERBERT KIGER, M.A. 
Associate Professor of the English Bible 

GEORGE ALAN KNAPP, M.A., Litt.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 

KENNETH RAYMOND LAGERSTEDT, M.A. 
Associate Professor of French and Germjm 



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JAMES HENRY McMURRAY, M.A., Ph.D., L.H.D. 
Professor of Political and Social Science and History 

MISS GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MEISELWITZ, B.S. 
Associate Professor of Home Economics 

MRS. ELIZABETH GRIFFES NEWBERRY, B.A. 
Instructor in French 

MRS. BESSIE HENRY OLIN, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Biology 

HORACE EUGENE ORR, M.A., D.D. 
Professor of the English Bible and Religious Education 

VERTON MADISON QUEENER, M.A. 
Associate Professor of History and Debate 

MRS. EVELYN NORTON QUEENER 
Instructor in Physical Training for Women 

MORTON McCASLIN RODGERS, M.E., S.T.M., Ph.D., D.D. 
Professor of the English Bible 

ROBERT LEWIS SMITH, B.A. 
Instructor in Spanish 

ROBERT CAPERUS THROWER, B.A. 

Instructor in Spanish, and Assistant Director of Physical Training 

and Athletics 

EDGAR ROY WALKER, M.A. 
Acting Professor of Physics 

MISS MARGARET CATHERINE WILKINSON, M.A. 
Associate Professor of French 



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OTHER OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 

FRED LOWRY PROFHTT, B.A., Treasurer 

MISS ANNA JOSEPHINE JONES, B.A., Admhihtrative Secretary 

MISS CLEMMIE HENRY, Student-Help Secretary 

MRS. CELIA ROUGH WRINKLE, Assistant to the Treasurer 

MISS RUTH WEESE, B.A., Assistant to the Aiimimstrative Secretary 



TEACHERS OF SPECIAL INSTRUCTION 

MISS LAURA BELLE HALE, B.Pd., Head of the Department of Music 

MRS. NITA ECKLES WEST, B.A., B.O., Head of the Department of Expression 

MISS WILHELMINA HOLLAND, B.A., B.O., Expression 

NAN BIRD, Art 



OTHER OFFICERS 

WILLIAM PATTON STEVENSON, D.D., LL.D., College Pastor 

MRS. LIDA PRYOR SNODGRASS, Matron of Baldwin Hall 

MRS. EMMA LEE WORLEY, Matron of Memorial Hall 

MISS JESSIE ELEANOR McCORKLE, Assistant Matron of Baldwin Hall 

MRS. ADDIE KIDD PROFFITT, Assistant Matron of Baldwin Hall 

MRS. PEARL WELLS BUTCHER, Assistant Matron of Pearsons Hall 

MRS. ELIZABETH HALL, Matron of Ralph Max Lamar Memorial Hospital 

EULIE ERSKINE McCURRY, Proctor of Carnegie Hall 

GEORGE ALAN KNAPP, M.A., Litt.D., Manager of the Book Store 

MRS. KATHRYN ROMIG McMURRAY, B.S., Manager of the College-Maid Shop 

MISS SARAH FRANCES COULTER, Manager of the Boarding Club 

MISS LULA GRAHAM DARBY, Dining Room Matron 

ERNEST CHALMERS BROWN, Engineer 

RALPH IRWIN, Night Watchman 



STUDENT ASSISTANTS 
BIOLOGY 



LOUISE CLINE 
ERCELLE HUNTER 
HARVEY LOWRY 
BARBARA LYLE 
HOMER McCANN 



FRANCES MASSEY 
ANDREW NEWCOMER 
WILLIAM LATHAN, Bacteriology 
BEULAH DUGGAN, Botany 
JESSIE MAE RAMSEY, Zoology 



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STUDENT ASSISTANTS 

(Continued) 



GEORGA BURK 
COOLEY COMBS 
WILMA DICK 
JOHN EYSTER 
WINFIELD GLASS 
DANA HANBY 



CHEMISTRY 



JOHN SMERZNAK 



SHERRILL HATCHER 
PAUL HUNTER 
HENRY LOWRY 
MARGARET MOZINGO 
DOLLIE PUTNAM 
ROSS RANKIN 



HOME ECONOMICS 



HELEN BURDETTE 
VIRGINIA CRIDER 
MABEL HEMBREE 



THEONA PRUETT 
HELEN STEWART 
DOROTHY WEATHERLY 



FRATMK GARMAN 



PHYSICS 



PAUL SHELTON 



ROBERT McREYNOLDS 



ASSISTANT LIBRARIANS 



BENJAMIN GROVES 
HOWARD KIPP 
FRED KIRCHNER 



MARGARET MELODY 
MARY JOHN METCALFE 
RICHARD ORR 



GEORGE OSBORN 



LOAN LIBRARY 

ELIZABETH GILLIS DAN McCONNELL 

WILLIAM MARSTON TOM WEESE 

ELIZABETH WILBAR 



GYMNASIUM 

HARDEE GILLESPIE VENNOR LOWRY 

JOHN KINSEY JOHN TOPE 

MILDRED PURVIANCE 



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Peter Mason Bartlett 

Re-creation. A builder among ruins. Father of 

a site, an endowment, an erectioil. Patron of a 

memory, a hope, a salvage. Toiler in an early 

dawn, which he found shadowed by a long 

night, and left colored by a coming sun. 



Book III 

Classes 



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Senior Glass Officers 

George Osborn ----------- Presideuf 

Virginia Crider -------- Vice-President 

Reno Smith - - ----- - Treasurer 

IvA Babcock - - . - - - Secretary 




Ruth Lloyd, class mascot 



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Zelma Mae Acton 

alcoa, tennessee 

Major: French 
Minors: English, Spanish 

THETA EP5ILON 



Junius Landrum Allison 

asheville, north carolina 

Major: English 
Minors; History, PoUtical and Social Science 



ATHENIAN 



Transferred from Biltmore Junior Col- 
lege; President Alethian Literary Society 
2; Bluets Editor 2; Highlander Business 
Manager 2; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 4; Writers' 
Work Shop 3,4; Athenian Critic 4; Law 
Club President 4; Athenian Midwinter 4. 




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Ellen Louise Avery 

st. petersburg, florida 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors; Education, English 

BAINONIAN 

Student Council 1 ; Bainonian Program 
Secretary 2; Florida Club Vice-President 
2, 3; Florida Club Secretary 4; Graduate 
of Expression 3 ; College Players 3 ; Nu 
Gamma Leader 2; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 4; 
Athenian Midwinter 2; Bainonian Mid- 
winter 3,4; College Players' Play 3. 



IvA Elizabeth Babcock 

SUNBRIGHT, TENNESSEE 

Major: English 

Minors; Spanish, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

"M" club President 4; Class Secretary 4; 
Theta Epsilon Secretary 4; Theta Epsilon 
Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Student Council 4; 
Athletic Board of Control 3,4; Y.W.C.A. 
Athletic Director 3, 4; Tennis Team 3; 
Pep Committee 4. 




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Wallace Woolsey Barr 

tarrytown, new york 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Political Science, History 

ATHENIAN 



Evelyn Merle Beebe 

missoula, montana 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors: English, Education 



BAINONIAN 



Oberlin College 1 ; Freshman Girls' Glee 
Club 1 ; Nu Gamma Leader 3 ; Program 
Secretary Y.W.C.A. 3; President Y.W. 
C.A. 4; Bainonian Program Secretary 2; 
Bainonian Treasurer 3 ; Bainonian Mid- 
winter Business Manager 3 ; Triangle Club 
Program Secretary 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; 
Vesper Choir 2, 3, 4; Writers' Work Shop 
3 ; Student Council 3 ; Student Volunteer 
2; Chilhowean Staff 3; Daisy Chain 3; 
B. G. 3, 4. 




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Louis Bliss Blair 
cincinnati, ohio 

Major: Economics 
Minors; Psychology, History 

ATHENIAN 



Chilton Webster Bowles 

bellbrook, ohio 

Major; Political and Social Science 
Minors; Bible, German 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Glee club 1, 2, 3, 4; College Quartet 1, 
2, 3, 4; Vesper Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha 
Sigma Midwinter 3, 4; College Players 
3,4; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4; Theta Alpha 
Phi Play 3. 




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Clarence Amiel Bratschie 

newcastle, pennsylvania 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors: French, History 

ATHENIAN 

Student Council 3 ; Student Faculty Com- 
mittee 3; Athenian Vice-President 4; 
Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Bainonian Mid- 
winter 2; Freshman Debate; Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet 3, 4. 



Margaret Brigman 

panama city, florida 

Major: Spanish 
Minors: Psychology, Political Science 

BAINONIAN 




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Helen Jeannette Burdette 
spencer, north carolina 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Bible, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

Catawba College 1 ; House Chairman 3 ; 
Theta Epsilon President 4; Program Sec- 
retary Home Ec Club 3 ; Treasurer French 
Club 3 ; Home Economics Assistant 4. 



Georga Fern Burk 
rudolph, ohio 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Education, Foods 

BAINONIAN 

class Secretary 3; Student Council 2; 
Bainonian Sergeant-at-Arms 2; Bainonian 
Secretary 3; Bainonian Program Secretary 
4; Chemistry Club Editor 4; Home Ec 
Club Editor 4; Athletic Monograms 2, 
3; Y.W.C.A Store Assistant Manager 2; 
Y.W.C.A. Store Manager 3, 4; Nu^Gam- 
ma Leader 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; As- 
sistantships 2, 3, 4. 




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Lena Maye Bush 

dandridge, tennessee 

Major; History 
Minors: Spanish, Psychology 

THETA EPSILON 



Robert Homer Byerly 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Political and Social Science, Psychology 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Student Council 1 ; Alpha Sigma Mid- 
winter 4; Track 3; Football 2. 




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Lea Callaway 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Chemistry, Education 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Freshman Debate; Class President 2; Class 
Editor 3; Chilhowean Staff 3; Student 
Council Vice-President 4; Athletic Board 
of Control 3, 4; President of Athletic 
Board of Control 4; Pi Upsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Cap- 
tain 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Varsity 
Track 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Midwinter 
4. 



Francis Edgar Collins 
spring city, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Political and Social Science, Education 

ATHENIAN 

East Tennessee Club Treasurer 2 ; Student 
Council 4; Student-Faculty Committee 
4. 



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CooLEY Ledford Combs 

JEFF, KENTUCKY 

Major: Chemistry 

Minors: Biology, Physics 

ATHENIAN 

chemistry Assistant 2, 3, 4; Kentucky 
Club Editor 2; Kentucky Club President 
3 ; Pre-Medical Club President 3 ; Student 
Council 4; Student Council Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; College Players 4; Athenian 
Editor 3 ; Athenian Recording Secretary 
3 ; Class Treasurer 3 ; Athenian President 



Edward Beekman Cooper 

bridgeton, new jersey 

Major: Greek 
Minors: History, Bible 



ATHENIAN 



Vesper Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial As- 
sociation Editor 4; Athenian Program 
Secretary 4; Tennis Squad 3, 4. 




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Thomas Moore Cooper 

bridgeton, new jersey 

Major: Greek 
Minors: Bible, History 

ATHENIAN 

Athenian Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 4; Foot- 
ball Squad 2, 3, 4; Track Squad 2. 



Margaret Frances Cragan 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Education, History 

BAINONIAN 





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Martha Virginia Crider 

marion, kentucky 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: History, Bible 

THETA EPSILON 

class Vice-President 4; Student Council 
4; Nu Gamma Leader 2; Kentucky Club 
Vice-President 2; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 4; 
Home Economics Assistant 3, 4. 



Helen Arnold Crowder 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 
Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Home Economics 

THETA EPSILON 

Theta Epsilon President 4; Theta Epsilon 
Program Secretary 3; Theta Epsilon Pub- 
licity Chairman 2; Athletic Board of 
Control 3; "M" Club 3, 4; Athletic 
Awards 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; En- 
semble 3, 4; Editor Handbook 3; Blue 
Ridge Delegate 3; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; Nu 
Gamma Leader 3, 4. 




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Amanda Ruth Davis 
chattanooga, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Education, Bible 

BAINONIAN 



WiLMA Leone Dick 

HILLSBORO, OHIO 

Major: Latin 

Minors: History, Education 

BAINONIA^f 

Bainonian Critic 3 ; Chemistry Assistant 
2, 3, 4. 




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Addie Mae Dobson 

greeneville, tennessee 

Major: Biology 
Minors: History, Education 

THETA EPSILON 



Frederick Jack Dolinsek 

lincoln, illinois 

Major: Mathematics 
Minors: Physics, Education 

ATHENIAN 




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Hubert Leo Duncan 


KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 




FLATROCK, ILLINOIS 


Major: Biology 




Major: Political Science 


Minors: Latin, English 




Minors: History, Education 


BAINONIAN 




ATHENIAN 



Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Secretary Art Club 3; 
Bible Assistant 2, 3; Botany Assistant 4. 



Vesper Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Three "I" Club President 3; Student 
Council Secretary 4; Student-Faculty 
Contact Committee 4; Program Secretary 
Athenian 4; Athenian Critic 3. 




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Jane Glascock Edris 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Home Economics, Religious Education 

BAINONIAN 

Bainonian Program Secretary 2; Home 
Ec Club Program Secretary 2; Home Ec 
Club President 3. 



Paul Milburn Edris 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors: Psychology, English 

ATHENIAN 

Fellowship Club President 1 ; Ministerial 
Association Secretary 2; Ministerial As- 
sociation Vice-President 3 ; Ministerial 
Association President 3 ; Athenian Pro- 
gram Secretary 3; Athenian Midwinter 
1; Bainonian Midwinter 2, 3; Swimming 
Team 2; Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4; Head 
Cheer Leader 4; Freshman Debate; Florida 
Club Secretary 2. 




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Frances Jeannette Eshelman 
creston, ohio 

Major: History- 
Minors: English, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

Wooster College 1, 2; Wooster Paper 

Staff 2; Writers' Work Shop 4; Y.W. 

C.A. Cabinet 4; Student Honor Rank 
Committee 4. 



Emil Wesley Farr 
ramsey, west virginia 

Major: History 
Minors: French, Education 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Alpha Sigma Midwinter 2; Football Man- 
ager 4; "M" Club 4; May King 4. 





Blundon Glenn Ferguson 
anestead, west virginia 

Major: History 
Minors: Political and Social Science, Education 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball Man- 
ager 4; Basketball Squad 2; Baseball 
Squad 1, 3, 4; Athletic Board of Control 
Secretary 3, 4; "M" Club 2, 3, 4; "M" 
Club President 4; Class Athletic Director 
3. 



Nelle Sarah Garland 

hamstead, maryland 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Psychology, Education 

THETA EPSILON 




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Eloise Rose Garrett 

miami, florida 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Spanish, Education 

BAINONIAN 

Florida Club Vice-President 1 ; Florida 
Club Editor 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Vesper 
Choir 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2; Span- 
ish Assistant 3, 4; Student Council 4. 



Samuel Wilson Gillingham 

glenside, pennsylvania 

Major; History 
Minors: Political Science, Physics 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Alpha Sigma Program Secretary 3 ; Alpha 
Sigma Secretary 4; Track Squad 2, 3; 
Alpha Sigma Midwinter 3 ; Senior Class 
Play 4; Physics Assistant 2, 3; R.C.A. 
Institute. 




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Marjorie Estabrook Gould 

st. petersburg, florida 

Major: Education 
Minor: Spanish 

BAINONIAN 

St. Petersburg Junior College 1,2; Span- 
ish Club Program Secretary 4; Bainonian 
Program Secretary 4; Daisy Chain 3. 



Margaret Ruth Guthrie 

walnut, north carolina 

Major: Education 
Minors: History, Bible 

THETA EPSILON 

Theta Epsilon House Chairman 4; Nu 
Gamma Leader 3; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 4. 




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Joseph Blakeman Hacker 

manchester, kentucky 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors: Political and Social Science, French 

ATHENIAN 

Student Volunteer Program Secretary 3 ; 
Inter-Racial Commission President 4. 



Marion Ruth Hannah 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Psychology, History 

THETA EPSILON 

Alpha Sigma Midwinter 3 ; Daisy Chain 
3. 




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Sherrill Theodore Hatcher 

sevierville, tennessee 

Major: Chemistry 
Minors: Physics, Spanish 

Chemistry Assistant 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club Treasurer 3 ; Chemistry Club Presi- 
dent 4. 



Mabel Edhh Hembree 

oliver springs, tennessee 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: French, Education 

BAINONIAN 

Home Ec Club Treasurer 4; Home Ec 
Assistant 4. 





Eleanor Patricia Henry 

FORT McDowell, California 

Major; English 
Minors: History, Religious Education 

BAINONIAN 

Oberlin College 1 ; Oberlin Freshman 
Girls' Glee Club 1 ; Oberlin House Repre- 
sentative 1 ; Bainonian Poster Chairman 
2; Student Volunteer Program Secretary 
3 ; Pre-Medical Club Program Secretary 
3; Orchestra 3, 4; Ensemble 3, 4; Y.W. 
C.A. Cabinet 3; Y.W.C.A. Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Writers' Work Shop 4; Tumbling 
Team 2, 3, 4; Tumbling Team Captain 
4; B. G. 3, 4; Vesper Choir 2, 3, 4; Ethics 
Assistant 4. 



Joseph Weldon Hina 

marion, kentucky 

Major: Chemistry 
Minors: Physics, Mathematics 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Writers' Work Shop 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 2, 3; Chemistry Club President 3; 
Class President 3 ; Highland Echo Staff 
3; Highland Echo Editor-in-Chief 4; Pi 
Upsilon 3, 4. 




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Elgie Kathryn Hodges 

huntsville, alabama 

Major: French 
Minors: Latin, Education 

BAINONIAN 

Highland Echo Staff 1, 2; Nu Gamma 
Leader 2; Class Secretary 2; Y.W.C.A. 
Treasurer 3 ; Tennis Team 2 ; Tennis 
Champion 4; French Club President 3; 
Bainonian Program Secretary 3, Bainonlan 
Secretary 4, Bainonian President 4; Writ- 
ers' Work Shop 3, 4; Alabama Club 
Secretary 2 ; Alabama Club President 3 ; 
Chilhowean Staff 3. 



Ruby Alene Hitch 
maryville, tennessee 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Bible, Education 

THETA EPSILON 




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William Malcolm Hours 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Chemistry 

Minors: Physics, Bible 



Messina Lee Howard 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minor: Political and Social Science 

THETA EPSILON 




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Mary Elizabeth Hunt 

indianapolis, indiana 

Major: History 
Minors: Education, Mathematics 

THETA EPSILON 

Indiana Central College 1, 2; Glee Club 
1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Theta Epsilon Pro- 
gram Secretary 4; Theta Epsilon Vice- 
President 4; Theta Midwinter 4; Tumb- 
ling Team 3; Vesper Choir 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4. 



Lincoln Walker Hurst 

fairfax, ohio 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Alpha Sigma President 4; Ohio Club 
President 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 




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Lynette Newell Johnson 
pontotoc, mississippi 

Major: English 
Minors: French, Education 



THETA EPSILON 



Chickasaw College 1,2; Mississippi Club 
Secretary 4; Writers' Work Shop 4. 



Alexander Magill Jones 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Political and Social Science, Education 

Highland Echo Assistant Business Man- 
ager 3 ; Highland Echo Business Manager 
4; Track 2; Vesper Choir 3, 4; Athenian 
Midwinter 2; Bainonian Midwinter 3. 




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Samuel Buford King 

sevierville, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Chemistry, Economics 

ATHENIAN 

University of Tennessee 3. 



Kathryn Louise Kizer 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Bible, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

Theta Epsilon Midwinter 2; Alpha Sigrrn 
Midwinter 3, 4; College Players 3; Grad- 
uate in Expression 3 ; May Day Attendant 
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Edith Elizabeth Kitts 

corryton, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Spanish, French 

THETA EPSILON 

Spanish Club Vice-President 4; Theta 
Epsilon Vice-President 4; Athletic A- 
wards 2, 3; "M" Club 4; History Assis- 
tant 4. 



Linton Loy Lane 

binfield, tennessee 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Political Science, Education 

ATHENIAN 




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Robert Philip Leach 

chattanooga, tennessee 

Major; Bible 
Minors: Psychology, German 

ATHENIAN 

Track 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Vesper Choir 
4; Athenian Midwinter 3, 4. 



HoLLis Glendon Logan 

MULBERRY, TENNESSEE 

Major: History 
Minors: English, Education 

ATHENIAN 

Bryson College 1 ; David Lipscomb Col- 
lege 2. 





Mary Emily Lovette 

greeneville, tennessee 

Major: English 
Minors: History, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

Varsity Debate 2; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 
4; Pi Kappa Delta Vice-President 4; Al- 
pha Sigma Midwinter 2, 3; College Play- 
ers 3 ; Graduate of Expression 3 ; Theta 
Epsilon Midwinter 4; Tumbling Team 4; 
Theta Alpha Phi 4. 



Vennor Millard Lowry 

maryville, tennessee. 

Major: French 
Minors: Greek, History 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Physical Education Assistant 4. 




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Barbara Beagle Lyle 

washington college, tennessee 

Major: Biology 
Minors: Education, Bible 

BAINONIAN 

Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Ensemble 3, 4; Bi- 
ology Assistant 2, 3, 4; Bainonian Pro- 
gram Secretary 3; Bainonian Secretary 4; 
Y.W.C.A. Secretary 4; Student Honor 
Rank Committee 4; Bainonian Midwinter 
4. 



Gordon Robinson Lyle 

washington college, tennessee 

Major: Education 
Minors; Bible, History 

ALPHA SIGMA 

East Tennessee Teachers' College 2. 




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Ruth Elizabeth McCampbell 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: English 
Minors: Education, French 

BAINONIAN 

Daisy Chain 3. 



Homer Eldon McCann 
washington, d. c. . 

Major: Political and Social Science 
Minor: History, Education 

ATHENIAN 

Chilhowean Editor 3 ; Handbook Editor 
2; Handbook Business Manager 1; Class 
Treasurer I; Class Editor 2; Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet 1, 2, 3; Y.M.C.A. Advisory 
Board 2, 3, 4; Athenian Secretary 2; 
Athenian Midwinter 2, 3 ; Bainonian Mid- 
winter 1, 4. 




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Jessie Edith McDuffie 

dillon, south carolina 

Major: History 
Minors: English, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

Montreal Junior College 1, 2; Tritonian 
President 2; Class Vice-President 2; Eng- 
lish Assistant 3, 4; Varsity Debate 4; 
Pi Kappa Delta 4. 



Fred William McGhee 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Physics, Education 




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Mary Mildred MacKenzie 

chattanooga, tennessee 

Major: English 
Minors: Psychology, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

Student Council 3, 4; Student Council 
President 4; Theta Epsilon Treasurer 3; 
Theta Epsilon Program Secretary 2; Y.W. 
C.A. Cabinet 4; Nu Gamma Leader 2; 
Graduate of Music 3 ; Graduate of Ex- 
pression 3; Writers' Work Shop 3, 4; 
Theta Epsilon Midwinter 1, 2, 4; Alpha 
Sigma Midwinter 3 ; College Players' Play 
3; English Assistant 2, 3, 4; Varsity De- 
bate 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4. 



Cecil Vernon Marley 

concord, tennessee 

Major: English 
Minors: Political Science, History 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Alpha Sigma President 4; Alpha Sigma 
Midwinter 4. 




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Ellen Emma Metz 

graysville, tennessee 

Major: Mathematics 
Minors: Physics, French 

BAINONIAN 



Nina Lou Miller 
sparta, tennessee 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: Education, French 

BAINONIAN 




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Ruby Irene Miller 

knoxville, tennessee 

Major: Mathematics 
Minors: Spanish, French 

THETA EPSILON 



WiLLAMARA MiNTON 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Biology 
Minors: History, Chemistry 

THETA EPSILON 

Graduate of Art 2; Chilhowean Staff 3. 





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Blanche Ellen Moody 

robbinsville, north carolina 

Major: History 
Minors: Political Science, Education 

BAINONIAN 



Mary Jaculyn O'Dell 

hot springs, north carolina 

Major: English 
Minors: History, Psychology 

THETA EPSILON 

Girls' Glee Club 3 ; Theta Program Secre- 
tary 3; Theta Vice-President 4; English 
Assistant 4; Writers' Work Shop 3, 4. 




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George Henry Osborn, Jr. 

livingston, new jersey 

Major: History 
Minors: Political Science, Education 

ATHENIAN 

Class President 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
Athenian President 4; Athenian Secretary 
3 ; Athenian Critic 3 ; Triangle Club 
Vice-President 3; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4; 
Bainonian Midwinter 2, 4; College Play- 
ers' Play 1; Theta Alpha Phi Play 3. 



Clifford Brown Overly 

greensburg, pennsylvania 

Major: History 
Minors: Psychology, Education 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Athletic Board of Control 4; Varsity 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Conference Tackle 
2, 3, 4; Baseball Manager 3; Varsity 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Class Athletic Director 
1; "M" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Epsilon 
Midwinter 2; Alpha Sigma Midwinter 1. 




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Theona Juanita Pruett 

elizabethton, tennessee 

Major: Psychology 
Minors: Home Economics, English 

THETA EPSILON 



Georgia Ivalee Queen 
tellico plains, tennessee 

Major: Education, Psychology 
Minors: Bible, English 

THETA EPSILON 

Montreat Junior College 1,2; Class Play 
2. 




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COILE A. QUINN 

LANCING, TENNESSEE 

Major: History 

Minors: Political and Social Science, Biology 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Band 1; Alpha Sigma Midwinter 2, 3; 
Theta Epsilon Midwinter 4. 



Myrtle Lou Repass 

washington college, tennessee 

Major: Education 
Minors: English, History 

BAINONIAN 

Bainonian Midwinter 3 ; Bainonian Critic 
3; College Players 3, 4; English Assistant 
3, 4; Athenian Midwinter 4; Bainonian 
Vice-President 4; Graduate of Expression 
4; Theta Alpha Phi 4. 




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Evelyn Jo Roberts 

asheville, north carolina 

Major: Education 
Minors; English, Bible 

THETA EPSILON 

Montreal Junior College 1, 2; Student 
Body Treasurer 2; Class Play 1, 2. 



Paul Shelton 

white rock, north carolina 

Major: Mathematics 
Minors: Physics, Education 

ATHENIAN 




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Anne Robb Smartt 
smartt, tennessee 

Major: Latin 
Minors: English, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

class Vice-President 1 ; Student Council 
2; Theta Epsilon Secretary 3; Theta Epsi- 
lon Program Secretary 2, 4; Middle Ten- 
nessee Club Vice-President 4; Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet 2, 3; Writers' Work Shop 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club President 
4; Vesper Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Epsilon 
Midwinter 3, 4; Student Honor Rank 
Committee 4; May Queen 4. 



Reno Saarinen Smith 

AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS 

Major: English 

Minors: French, History 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Class Treasurer 4; Alpha Sigma Program 
Secretary 4; Alpha Sigma President 4; 
Massachusetts Club President 4; Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduate of 
Expression 4; Alpha Sigma Midwinter 3, 
4; College Players' Play 3,4; Theta Alpha 
Phi 4. 




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Ruth Myrtle Smith 

morristown, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Bible, Education 

BAINONIAN 



Laurence Marmaduke Somers 
glassboro, new jersey 

Major: Psychology 
Minors: Political and Social Science, Physics 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Alpha Sigma Program Secretary 2; Alpha 
Sigma Vice-President 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major 3, 4; 
Theta Epsilon Midwinter 2, 4; Alpha 
Sigma Midwinter 3, 4; Triangle Club 
Vice-President 3; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 
3, 4; Theta Alpha Phi 4. 




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Janet Louise Stanley 
crystal river, florida 

Major: Education 
Minors: Bible, History 

BAINONIAN 

Bainonian Program Secretary 3 ; Bainonian 
Vice-President 3; Tumbling Team 2, 3,4. 




Ralph Benford Teffeteller 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: Religious Education 
Minors: Psychology, Spanish 

ATHENIAN 

Class President 1; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 1, 
3; Y.M.C.A. President 4; East Tennessee 
Club President 3 ; "M" Club Treasurer 3 ; 
French Club Secretary 3; Athenian Re- 
cording Secretary 4; Pi Upsilon 3,4; East 
Tennessee Y.M.C.A. Conference Vice- 
President 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; 
Varsity Wrestling 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 
1, 2, 3, 4. 





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Julia Frances Terry 

dayton, ohio 

Major: English 
Minors; History, Education 



BAINONIAN 



class Secretary 1 ; Class Vice-President 2 ; 
Student Council 3 ; Highland Echo Staff 
1, 2, 3, 4; Highland Echo Staff Editor 3, 
4; Bainonian Program Secretary 1, 3 : 
Bainonian President 4; "M" Club 4; As- 
sociate Editor Maryville Handbook 2; 
Y.W.C.A. Secretary 2; Y.W.C.A. Vice- 
President 3; Freshman Debate; Writers' 
Work Shop 3, 4; Student-Faculty Com- 
mittee 3 ; Student-Faculty Honor Rank 
Committee 4; English Assistant 2, 3, 4; 
B. G. 3, 4; Athletic Award 1; Vice-Presi- 
dent Ohio Club 2. 



JosiE Marie Tipton 

CHILHO'WEE, TENNESSEE 

Major; History 

Minors: Spanish, Education 

BAINONIAN 




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Millard Tolliver 

democrat, kentucky 

Major: History 
Minors: Education, Political and Social Science 

ATHENIAN 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Frederick Bennett Urch 

philadelphia, pennsylvania 

Major; Greek 
Minors: Latin, Education 




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John James Urch 

philadelphia, pennsylvania 

Major: Chemistry 
Minors: Physics, Mathematics 



Lucy Anne Voorhees 
bridgeport, connecticut 

Major: French 
Minors: English, Latin 

BAINONIAN 

Highland Echo Staff 1, 2, 3; Nu Gamma 
Leader 2, 3; Bainonian Program Secretary 
1; Bainonian Midwinter 3; Athenian Mid- 
winter 4; College Players' Play 4; French 
Club President 3; Freshman Debate; 
French Assistant 4. 




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Robert Hayes Wallace 

lockhart, south carolina 

Major: French 
Minors: Spanish, Education 

ATHENIAN 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vesper Choir 2, 3; 
Track 3, 4; Athenian Vice-President 3; 
Athenian Recording Secretary 4; Athen- 
ian President 4; Ministerial Association 
Treasurer 2; Student Council 2; Bainon- 
ian Midwinter 4. 



Dorothy Siler Weatherly 

asheville, north carolina 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: History, Education 

THETA EPSILON 

Home Economics Assistant 4. 




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William Hadley Webb 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: History 
Minors: Biology, Bible 

ATHENIAN 

Bainonian Midwinter 2, 4; Pi Upsilon 2, 
3, 4; Pi Upsilon Vice-President 4; Track 
Squad 2; Athenian Midwinter 3; Athen- 
ian Editor 3 ; Chilhowean Business Man- 
ager 3 ; Band 2. 



Charles Carroll West 
wlnston-salem, north carolina 

Major: English 
Minors: French, Bible 

ALPHA SIGMA 

Band 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Critic 2; 
Alpha Sigma Secretary 3 ; Alpha Sigma 
Midwinter 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1. 




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Lenore Irene West 

maryville, tennessee 

Major: French 
Minors: History, Spanish 

THETA EPSILON 

Theta Epsilon Program Secretary l;Theta 
Epsilon Midwinter 2; College Players' 
Play 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Midwinter 3; Nu 
Gamma Leader 3. 



Helen Elizabeth Wilbar 

salerno, florida 

Major: Enghsh 
Minors: Social Science, History 

BAINONIAN 

Graduate of Expression 3 ; College Play- 
ers' Play 3, 4; Athenian Midwinter 2: 
Bainonian Midwinter 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet 3; Y.W.C.A. Treasurer 4; High- 
land Echo Staff 1, 2; Spanish Club Secre- 
tary 1; Spanish Club President 2; Spanish 
Club Program Secretary 2; Florida Club 
President 3; Bookroom Assistant 2, 3, 4; 
Bainonian Vice-President 4; Theta Alpha 
Phi 4. 




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Emma Alice Williams 

rogersville, tennessee 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: History, Education 

BAINONIAN 



EsTALENA Sarah Williams 

NEWPORT, TENNESSEE 

Major: Home Economics 
Minors: History, Education 



Home Ec Club Vice-President 3 ; Home 
Ec Club Treasurer 4. 




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Naomi Phyllis Willingham 
clinton, south carolina 

Major: History 
Minors: English, Education 



THETA EPSILON 



Class Vice-President 3 ; Student Council 
4; Vesper Choir 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; Glee Club Vice-President 4; Theta 
Epsilon Program Secretary 3 ; Theta Epsi- 
lon President 4; Alpha Midwinter 3, 4; 
Y.W.C.A. Secretary 3 ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 
4; Student-Faculty Committee 4. 



Laura Jean Workizer 

st. petersburg, florida 

Major: Education 
Minors: History, Literature 

BAINONIAN 

St. Petersburg Junior College 1,2; Bain- 
onian Program Secretary 4; Florida Club 
President 4; Art Club Editor 3; Y.W. 
C.A. Cabinet 3; Daisy Chain 3. 



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Allen Amesbury 

President 

Inez Hamrick 

Vice-President 

Marian Morrow 

Secretary 

Robert Stevenson 

Treasurer 



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ALLEN HARRY AMESBURY 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 



LOIS RUSSELL BLESSING 

^Sf^YTHEVILLE, VIRGINIA 

Major: English 
Minor: Education 



MARY ELLEN ANDERSON 

ETOWAH. TENNESSEE 



Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Education 



RUTH MARY BOYD 

ROLLA, MISSOURI 



Major: English 
Minor: Education 



EUNICE MAY BALDWIN 

ALCOA, TENNESSEE 

Major: French 
Minor: Spanish 



STEVE THEODORE BORETSKY 

SCOTTDALE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: History 
Minor: Social Science 



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AUBREY SWIFT BRADSHAW 

FLEMINGSBURG, KENTUCKY 

Major; Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



LEON WEST BROWN 

SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE 



Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 



DONALD WARREN BRIGGS 

TARRYTOWN, NEW YORK 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 



LUCILLE FERNE CALLAHAN 
HARTFORD, TENNESSEE 

Major: French 
Minor: German 



RUTH ELIZABETH BROCIOUS 

PLAINS, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: English 
Minor: History 



JEAN ELIZABETH CAMPBELL 

FAIRFIELD, IOWA 

Major: French 
Minor: English 



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HAROLD ELMER CARSON 

ONEIDA, TENNESSEE 

Major; Mathematics 
Minor: Chemistry 



MARY MYRTLE CORNWALL 

HARTSVILLE, TENNESSEE 



Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Education 



ELLA LOUISE CLINE 

MIAMI, FLORIDA 



Major: Biology 
Minor: Home Economics 



DOROTHY DOUGLAS CRUZE 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: History 
Minor: Education 



NINA BELLE COULTER 

MARYVILLE. TENNESSEE 

Major: Biology 
Minor: History 



WESLEY YOUNGS CULVER 

LONG ISLAND. NEW YORK 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



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AMELIA ALICE DICKENS 

ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: English 
Minor: Psychology 



ALEXANDER PERU DUFF 

BOAT, KENTUCKY 



Major: Greek 
Minor: English 



WILLIAM JOHN DOBBIE 

CRESSON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: Spanish 
Minor: History 



LAURA ELIZABETH DUNCAN 

MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: English 
Minor: History 



DOROTHY EFFIE DRAKE 

MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY 

Major: Spanish 
Minor: History 



FRANCES ANNE DuPRE 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Education 



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FRANK DERRELL EAGLETON 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: History 



GEORGE FRANKLIN FISHBACH 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 



Major: German 
Minor: Education 



HELENE MAE ENLOE 
FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA 



Major: Home Economics 
Minor: French 



WTNFIELD ALLEN GLASS 

MOUNT ROYAL, NEW JERSEY 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 



OPAL CORRINE EVANS 
CEDAR SPRINGS, VIRGINIA 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: English 



LOUIE CHARLES GODDARD 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 



Major: History 
Minor: Education 



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EUNICE GRANT 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 



Major: Education 
Minor: Biology 



MARTHA ADELAIDE GUSHERT 
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 

Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Education 



EDWIN HAMILTON GREENE 

BLUE ASHE, OHIO 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 



HAZEL KATHERINE HALE 

MORRISTOWN, TENNESSEE 

Major: French 
Minor: Education 



BENJAMIN PETER GROVES 

TROY, OHIO 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: English 



INEZ ALBERTA HAMRICK 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: English 
Minor; French 



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WILLIAM HANNAH 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 



Major: Biology 
Minor: Frencli 



STELLA VENTRICE JAMES 

FRIENDSVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: French 
Minor: English 



GEORGE BOWMAN HOWELL 

CEDARVILLE, NEW JERSEY 

Major: English 
Minor: Psychology 



WILBUR STILES JOHNSON 
MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Psychology 

Minor: Social Science 



PEARLE MILDRED HUNTER 

DAYBROOK, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: Education 
Minor: Bible 



MARJORIE LOUISE JONES 

RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY 

Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Psychology 



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JANETTE KINKADE 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Education 



J. ARTHUR LAZELL 

RIDGEWOOD, NEW YORK 

Major: English 
Minor: History 



JOHN BURLEN KINSEY 

DAYTON, OHIO 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



JAMES WILLIAM LEWIS 

SPRINGFIELD, TENNESSEE 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: History 



DOROTHY KRUPITZER 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Major: English 
Minor: German 



HARVEY McLENDON LOWRY 

CORBIN, KENTUCKY 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



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JAMES HENRY LOWRY 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major; Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 



ROBERT McREYNOLDS 

FRIENDSVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 



ANNETTE JANSEN LUETJE 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

Major: Latin 
Minor: Education 



ELLEN WHITLOCK MACRAE 

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY 

Major: Education 
Minor: Psychology 



JOHN HURLEY McFERRIN 

FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Education 



BOYCE HERBERT MAHAN 

ALCOA, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Education 



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VERA ANTOINETTE MAKOVSKt 

PRINCE GEORGE, VIRGINIA 

Major: Latin 
Minor: History 



MARGARET LILLIAN MELODY 

FLINT, MICHIGAN 

Major: English 
Minor: French 



EMMA LINE MARSHALL 

VONORE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Biology 
Minor: English 



MARY JOHN METCALFE 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

Major: Home Economics 
Minor: French 



WILLIAM JAMES MARSTON 

LOVELAND, OHIO 

Major: Physics 
Minor: Chemistry 



FRANCES HENDRICKS MINGEA 

BESSEMER, ALABAMA 

Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Education 



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MARY KATHERINE MIZE 

LOUDON, TENNESSEE 

Major: Psychology 
. Minor: English 



MARGARET MAY MOZINGO 

SELMA. NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 



CLIFTON EARLE MOORE 

STEWARTSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: English 
Minor: Bible 



CHARLES WHITNEY MUIR 

ATTICA, INDIANA 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: Psychology 



MARIAN LEE MORROW 

WALNUT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Education 



JOSEPH HAROLD MYERS 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: History 
Minor: Education 



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RUTH PEGGY MYERS 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Education 



HENRY MUHLENBURGH OTTO 

WAVERLY, NEW YORK 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: Education 



FRANK ROBINSON NEFF, JR. 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: History 
Minor; Bible 



LLOYD ROBERT OVERLY 

GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: Spanish 
Minor: Education 



ANDREW EARL NEWCOMER 

READING, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: English 
Minor: History 



ROBERT FINLEY PAXTON 

PENNY FARMS, FLORIDA 

Major: English 
Minor: Bible 



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JAMES OTIS PAUL 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Biology 
Minor: History 



RUTH ANNA PEERY 

WALLAND, TENNESSEE 



Major: History 
Minor: Education 



ALFRED SYLVESTER PAYNE 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: History- 
Minor: Physics 



MARGARET AUGUSTA PENLAND 

UNION, MISSISSIPPI 



Major: History 
Minor: English 



JOSEPH ANDREW PEERY 

WALLAND, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Chemistry 



CLARA PETERSON 

DAY BROOK, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: Psychology 
Minor: Biology 



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GARNETT PRICE 

DANVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA 

Major: History 
Minor: Social Science 



RALPH CONRAD QUENELLE 

LENOIR CITY, TENNESSEE 

Major: English 
Minor: History 



MILDRED FRANCES PURVIANCE 

DAYTON, OHIO 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Education 



JESSIE MAE RAMSEY 

MARSHALL, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Education 



DOLLIE TEE PUTNAM 

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Education 



WILLIMAE RENEGAR 

BUECHEL, KENTUCKY 

Major: French 
Minor; Spanish 



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CHARLES F. RICHARDSON 

TAZEWELL, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Pliysics 



ROBERT EDWIN RUMMEL 

PORT CARBON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Physics 



ROBERTA LOUISE ROBISON 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Major: English 
Minor: Social Science 



MARJORIE SALMONS 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

Major: English 
Minor: Education 



VIRGINIA IRENE ROSS 
HOUSTON, TEXAS 

Major: French 
Minor: Spanish 



ROSEMARY SHOOPMAN 

SOMERSET, KENTUCKY 

Major: English 
Minor: Education 



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KATHERINE MARY SMITH 

UNION, MISSOURI 

Major: Spanish 
Minor: History 



WILLIAM ROBERT STEVENSON 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: Greek 
Minor; History 



MARY ELLA SPENCER 

PONTOTOC, MISSISSIPPI 



Major: English 
Minor: Psychology 



HELEN RANKIN STEWART 

SNEEDVILLE, TENNESSEE 



Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Education 



NORMA JEAN SPILATORE 

RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY 

Major: French 
Minor: English 



JOSEPH WILSON TAYLOR 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: History 
Minor: Social Science 



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OTHEA EBBA THOMSEN 


LINDSAY TOPE 


MADISONVILLE. OHIO 


MOULTRIE, OHIO 


Major: Home Economics 


Major: Biology 


Minor: Chemistry 


Minor: Chemistry 


HELEN THOMPSON 


RALPH SPENCER WALKER 


CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 


TOWNSEND, TENNESSEE 


Major: History 


Major: English 


Minor: Psychology 


Minor: History 


3HN KENNETH TOPE 


FLOYD RONALD WATERS 


MOULTRIE, OHIO 


SCRANTON. PENNSYLVANIA 


Major: Social Science 


Major: Biology 


Minor: Psychology 


Minor: Physics 



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EUGENE LESLIE WEBB 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: English 
Minor: Education 



JESSE JOE WOODARD 

LYNCHBURG, TENNESSEE 

Major; History 
Minor: Physics 



ADA WILLIAMS 

NEWPORT, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 



LAMAR WOODWARD 

MONTREAT, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: EngUsh 
Minor: Education 



HARRY WOOD 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

Major: Bible 
Minor: Greek 



MABEL NATHALIA WRIGHT 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: English 
Minor: Latin 



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Sophomore Glass Officers 

David McArthur 

President 

Alma Allis 

Vice-President 

Donald Fortune 

Secretary 

Andrew Alexander 
Treasurer 



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ANDREW ALEXANDER 

MARYVILLE, TENN. 



CHARLES BEALE 

CAIRO, GA. 



ALMA ALLIS 

BLOOMFIELD, N. J. 



FAYE BLACKBURN 

LENOIR CITY, TENN. 



CHARLOTTE AUGUSTINUS 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



ELSA BOWDEN 

CROSSVILLE, TENN. 



ELIZABETH BACON 

LENOIR CITY, TENN. 



FRANCES BUNTIN 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 



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MADISON BYAR 

LOCKLAND, OHIO 



DOROTHY CASSERES 

CARTAGO, COSTA RICA 



ROBERT BEYER 

NORRISTOWN, PA. 



MARY ELLEN CRAMER 

DAYTON, OHIO 



LELA BURDETTE 

GEORGETOWN, TENN. 



MARGARET EDITH COOLEY 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



MARY HOLLIS CARTER 

LAFAYETTE, TENN. 



BEN DeLOZIER 

MARYVILLE, TENN. 



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SARA DICK 

HILLSBORO, OHIO 



RUTH FARLEE 

PRINCETON, N. J. 



WILMA DORSEY 

HARRIMAN, TENN. 



CHARLOTTE FERRIS 

BLUE ASH, OHIO 



THOMAS DUNCAN 

KINGSPORT, TENN. 



DONALD FORTUNE 

SALEM, MO. 



WILLIAM DUNNING 

OWENSBORO, KY. 



FRANCES GARNER 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



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HAZEL GARNER 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



MARY E. HARRISON 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



REGINALD GARRETT 

RICE, VA. 



HELEN HART 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



ELIZABETH GILLIS 

GANADO, ARIZ. 



DOROTHY HASSALL 

TRENTON, N. J. 



GORDON GROOMS 

SEAMAN, OHIO 



BETTY HAYES 

ANCHORAGE, KY. 



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RUTH HENRY 

TOWNSEND, TENN. 



ARTA GRACE HOPE 

ELAT ROCK, ILL. 



DANIEL HICKS 

NEWARK, N. J. 



RUTH HONEYCUTT 

BURNSVILLE, N. C. 



MARY ELEANOR HIMMELRIGHT 

PIQUA, OHIO 



ERCELLE HUNTER 

JONESBORO, TENN. 



ELOISE HITT 

TULLAHOMA, TENN. 



MAE HUNTER 

DAYBROOK, N. C. 



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THELMA ILES 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 



LUCY DELL KIDWELL 

GREENEVILLE, TENN. 



CATHERINE KEELER 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



ELLA KILGORE 

GLASGOW, KY. 



VIVIAN KELLY 

ECORSE, MICH. 



HOWARD KIPP 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 



KENNETH KIDD 

GREENBACK, TENN. 



FRED KIRCHNER 

NEWARK, N. J. 



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HELEN KIZER 

MARYVILLE, TENN. 



ELIZABETH LANTERMAN 

EVANSTON, ILL. 



NELL JO KNIGHT 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 



CLARK LATHAN 

DANDRIDGE, TENN. 



HEYDEN LAMPE 

SYEN CHUN, KOREA 



JUANITA LAW 

MARYVILLE, TENN. 



HENRY LAMPE 

SYEN CHUN, KOREA 



VIOLA LIGHTFOOT 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 



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MOLLIE LITTLE 

SPARTA, TENN. 



JOHN McQueen 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 



DAVID McARTHUR 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 



HELEN MAHAN 

ALCOA, TENN. 



ALBERT Mcculloch 

MARYVILLE, TENN. 



JEANNE MARTIN 

ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 



BERNICE McNUTT 

VERNON, TEXAS 



FRANCES MASSEY 

JACKSONVILLE, ALA. 



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HARRY MATHIAS 

SCRANTON, PA. 
CHARLOTTE MATHIS 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

FRANK MEASE 

NEWARK, N. J. 

LEE MERRICK 

TRENTON, N. J. 



ALBERTA MESSAMORE 

FOUNTAIN CITY, TENN. 

JANE MITCHELL 

SPARTA, TENN. 



JAMA NORTON 

MARYVILLE, TENN. 

JASMINE ORR 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 



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RICHARD ORR 


ALFRED PRICE 


CANTON, ILL. 


RICE, VA. 


ARGARET PARNELL 


WILHELMINA QUANDT 


BAKERSVILLE, N. C. 


DECHERD, TENN. 


JOHN PHAY 


HILDA RANKINS 


KISSIMMEE, FLA. 


REPTON, KY. 


WALTER PIPPERT 


ROSS RANKIN 


MAPLEWOOD, N. J. 


WHITE PINE, TENN. 



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JULIA RINK 

LAFAYETTE, GA. 



ERNESTINE SMITH 

CANTON, N. C. 



MARY RINK 

LAFAYETTE, GA. 



GERALDINE SMITH 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



CECIL SKIDMORE 

ELIZABETHTOWN, KY. 



MARGARET SMITH 

CONCORD, TENN. 



MERRITT SLAWSON 

ORLANDO, FLA. 



JOHN SPRINGER 

MIDDLETOWN, PA. 



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KATHERINE STANTON 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



MAISIE THOMAS 

ALCOA, TENN. 



VETA MAE STEPHENS 

TELLICO PLAINS, TENN. 



PAULINE THRONE 

YORK, PA. 



LUCILLE SW AFFORD 

RICEVILLE, TENN. 



ROBERT TRIPP 

CARROLLTON, OHIO 



MICHAEL TESTA 

SCRANTON, PA. 



FRANKIE TROTTER 

DAYTON, OHIO 



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CARRIE LOU TWEED 

GREENEVILLE, TENN. 



WARREN WARMAN 

TRENTON, N. J. 



PHOEBE UNDERWOOD 

MORRISTOWN, TENN. 



JANET WARREN 

MIYAZAKI, JAPAN 



ANNA UNGER 

OAKDALE, TENN. 



MARTHA WATKINS 

HENDERSON, TEXAS 



KATHERINE WARD 

WEAVERVILLE, N. C. 



KATHERINE WAYLAND 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



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MARY SLOANE WELSH 

CULLEOKA, TENN. 



DOROTHY WOODWARD 

CEDAR GROVE, N. J. 



JESSE WILLIS 

MOREHEAD CITY, N. C. 



JOSEPHINE WOODWARD 

MONTREAT, N. C. 



BLANCHE WILSON 

KNOXVILLE, TENN. 



NAOMI WOODS 

GREENBACK, TENN. 



OTIS WILSON 

BANKHEAD, ALA. 



LORRAINE YENNIE 

ECORSE, MICH. 



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Freshman Glass Officers 

Earl Crawford 

President 



Ruth Hershey 

Vice-Presidettt 

Ruby Smith 

Secretary 

Robert Bieri 

Treasurer 



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Lawrence Nelson Agnew 

Theron Ralph Alexander 

Edgar Reuben Alford 

Mattie Victoria Anders 

Lillian Belle Armstrong 



Mary Rose Atchley 

Marie Bailey 

Walter Flowers Boehme 

Beatrice Brackett 
Sara Malinda Brakebill 



Mary Bradshaw 

Betty Jean Brewer 

Sara Elizabeth Brown 

Robert Lowry Brown 

Dolores Theresa Burchette 



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Helma Calvin 

Douglas Mackay Carhart 

Jesse Lee Carter 

Sarita Pearl Casseres 

Dorothy Elizabeth Coates 



Kara Lee Coldiron 

Malvern Clopton, Soph. 

LuciLE Coltharp 

Cecelia Conover 

Mary Rebecca Cooper 



Marjorie Belle Correll 
Earle White Crawford 
Mary Elizabeth Cromer 

Hazel Deaton 
George Franklin Deebel 



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Ruth Emma Denning 

Mary Ruth Dethero 

Phyllis Fairfield Dexter 

RuFUS Duke Dodson 

Harvey Doublede 



Kern Virginia Duckette 
Lorena May Dunlap 

Katherine Louise Earnest 
Henry Stuart Fisher 

Sarah Waltine Fortune 



Mary Emily Franklin 

Theresa Frey 

Nina Gamble 

Anna White Gettys 

Frances Virginia Goddard 



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Florence May Grabiel 

Edna Hilda Haas 

Mildred Meek Harris 

Grace Hast 

Cora Emmalyn Hatfield 



Agnes Paris Hill 

George Hoglan 

Willie Lee Houston 

James B. Howell 
Mary Florence Hyde 



Ruth Frances Irwin 

Eleanor Johnson 

Margaret Eloise Johnson 

Benjamin Harrison Jones 

Roberta Louise Jones 



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Rena Forest Joyner 

Edward M. Keeler 

Margaret Louise Kelbaugh 

Margaret Anne Kelly 
Thomas Vansicle Kidd 



Florence C. Kendall 

Hazel Kinnamon 

Alline Koons 

Mary Annis Lambdin 

Charles Edward Lewis 



Edward Vernon Lodwick 

Robert Earl Long 

Ernest Broyles Lowe 

Anne Glenn Lowry 

Margaret Louise McCampbell 



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Paul McCandless 

Margaret Ellen McMurray 

Mattie Lou McNabb 

Ida Wee Mabry 

Herman Magee 



Chloe Mignonnee Malphus 

Rosalind Meade 

Mary Evelyn Meek 

Fern Bonita Metzger 

Mary Barnett Mitchell 



Evelyn Hope Miser 
Reba Catherine Morrow 

Elizabeth Motley 

Dorothy Mildred Narvan 

Nelly Bartola Nilson 



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Jack Leland Overly 

Dorothy Lynn Parr 

Elizabeth Peterson 

Grace Graham Proffitt 

Ruth Gertrude Rainey 



Louise Emily Reichelderfer 

Elvira Louise Ressler 

Roberta Grayson Reveley 

Elizabeth Tompkins Roderick 

Marcus Dooley Roadman 



Laura Jane Ross 

Maurine Lois Rowe 

Iris Miona Russell 

Alys Elizabeth Scroggy 

Margaret Louise Shanks 



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Melrijah Sharp 

Mary Etta Sharp 

James Paterson Shaw 

Grace Margaret Simbro 

Helen Gould Sloan 



Maxie Louise Smith 

Ruby Wilson Smith 

Katie Ruth Solmon 

Gertrude Selma Souders 

Mrs. Claire M. Standridge 



George Vincent Stanley 

Ina Mae Steffy 

Edgar Love Storey 

Beatrice Amelia Thorson 

Alice Marie Timblin 



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Joseph Davis Truxton, Jr. 

Irma Kate Vance 

Samuel Thomas Waid 

Martha Doris Waldrep 

Lana Lee Walker 



Mary Earl Walker 
Dora Imogene Webb 

Violet Webb 
Mary Frances Wells 
Hazel Anne White 



Barbara Alice Whitmore 

Carona Whitted 

Gladys Eloise Wood 

Betty Emily Woodwell 

Maria Wynn 



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Freshman Debaters 

Betty Brevcer, Ruth Rainey, Mae Martin 
Grace Proffitt, Florence Hyde, Maria Wynn 




James Smith, George Hoglan, Douglas Carhart 
Earle Crawford, Newman Smith, Rueben Alford 



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Samuel Ward Boardman 

Evolution. A wise director of change and growth 

in a day of struggling action. A safe guide along 

routes of construction to a synthetic attainment. 

Shaper of a solid destiny, and pointer 

toward a larger end. 



Book 7V 

Athletics 



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Paul Edris 



CHEER LEADERS 
Jack Nee Angelo Narciso Feoyd Waters 



General Athletics 

Athletics play a major part In the wholesome, all-round development of the stu- 
dents at Maryville College. The athletic program is under the able direction of Coach 
Lombe S. Honaker. He is assisted by Coach Robert Thrower. From the time of the 
first football practice period in the fall to the time when the last track and baseball suit 
is turned in in the spring, these men give their skill and ability in developing winning 
teams for Maryville. 

Three years ago Maryville College introduced night football games to the sport- 
supporting public of this section. The innovation is acclaimed as successful, since it 
enables more people to attend the games than could attend the afternoon games. Basket- 
ball, baseball, track, wrestling, and tennis are other forms of athletics which are played 
at Maryville. The basketball team and the wrestling team had very successful seasons. 
The wrestlers and basketeers won most of their games. 

The athletic program is very important in every college, and Maryville is one of 
the leading colleges of this section in that respect. 



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Football Squad 




Back row — Gann, Farr, Dunning, Slawson, Lampe, Peters, Kiser, Cooper, Simms, Renfro, 
WiUocks; Thrower and Honaker, coaches. 

Middle row — Tefteteller, Gwinn, Kalman, Russell, Holloway, Carper, Ferguson, Burns, 
White, Tolliver, Overly, Richardson. 

Front row — Gillespie, Payne, Wilson, Overly, Woodard, Callaway, West, Boretsky, Graham, Peacock. 



Maryville - - - - - -25 

Maryville ------ 

Maryville ------ 

Maryville - - - - - -51 

Maryville - - - - - -2b 

Maryville ------ 6 

Maryville ------ o 

Maryville - - - - - -14 

Maryville ------ 7 



L. M. U. - - - - - - 

University of Tennessee - - - 33 

University of Kentucky - - - 19 
Union -------0 

Tennessee Wesleyan - - - - 7 

Howard ------ 6 

Milligan ------ o 

Lenoir-Rhyne ----- 6 

Carson-Newman _ - _ _ o 



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FARR, Manager 

BORETSKY 



CALLAWAY, Captain 



TOLLIVER 



The Maryville College football team finished the 1931 season as champions of the Smoky Mountain 
Conference. Out of a ten-game schedule, the only defeats received were from the universities of Ten- 
nessee and Kentucky. Both of these teams were strong and the 3.1-0 defeat by Tennessee and 
the 19-0 defeat by Kentucky were good signs of the ability of the Highlander team. 

Each game played was marked by the fight and spirit Captain Lea Callaway gave to his teammates. 
The all-conference team had Callaway in the backfield by virtue of a unanimous vote. This automatically 
gave him the captaincy. Tolliver, Overly, Ferguson, White, Woodard, Teifeteller, Carper, and Gillespie 
were all placed high in the selection for individual conference honors. 

When the season closed. Coaches L. S. Honaker and Robert Thrower realized that they would have 
a hard job trying to replace the seven men who would be graduated in June. These seven lettermen are 
Tolliver, Callaway, Overly, White, Ferguson, TefFeteller, and Carper. Each one had a large share in the 
success of the team. 



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A review of the games of the year will give an idea of the ability of the team, and, at the same time, 
the way in which the team progressed. 

L. M. U., the first opponent, was easily put out of the running by an early season punch, 2 5 -0. 
The Rail-Splitters have never beaten Maryville, nor by their showing is there any likelihood of such a thing 
ever happening. 

The Highlanders next met U. T. The game resulted in what might be called a "moral victory." Carper 
and Ferguson blocked a punt; Coach Bob Neyland of U. T. said that Callaway could make any back£eld 
in the Southern Conference; and the line held Tennessee for three consecutive downs inside its own 
three yard line. 

The Kentucky Wild Cats were the second and last men to take the measure of the Scots. Later in 
the season these same Kentucky players fought the Vols out of an opportunity to go to the Rose Bowl 
Tournament. Yet they were only able to beat the Fiighlanders 19-0. Callaway and White clicked with 
a forward passing attack that annoyed their opponents throughout the game. The team put more into 
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RICHARDSON WHITE 

Then, down from Barboursville, Ky., came little Union College to take its worst beating in years, 
51-0. It was the largest score of the year for Maryville, and every man on the Scot team ran rampant. 
Tennessee Wesleyan next tried to stop Maryville, but before it had started the score was 26-7 in favor of 
the Hill men. It was a case of a good little team against a much better and larger team. 

Howard College, of Birmingham, Alabama, gave the Highlanders a scare the following week. Five 
minutes of play had elapsed when the score was 6-0 in favor of the Alabamians. But Callaway, White, 
and Boretsky combined some good passing, excellent receiving, and a bit of uncertain strategy that 
succeeded in tying the score. The try for the extra point failed. 

The less said about the Milligan game, the next on the schedule, the better. Maryville expected to 
win, believing that her conference championship depended on the victory. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. 

The Appalachian Teachers brought a heavy line, but it was too slow. However, Maryville could do 
no better than a 6-6 tie. Overly, in the line, was the best man on the field. 



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M. GILLESPIE, Capt.-Elect 



Another Carolina team gave the Scots something to worry about when Lenoir-Rhyne started the 
second half of its game with a 6-0 lead. The Highlanders came out of their lethargy in the last half 
and between Gillespie, Callaway, Boretsky, and White, they ran up a 14-6 score to take the game 
Maryville's punting averaged 3 8 yards in this game. 

The last game of the season was with Carson-Newman. The Eagles went down under a barrage of 
passes, pile-driving smashes at the line, and an inspired Callaway, Tolliver, Overly, Ferguson, Carper, 
Teffeteller, and White, each playing his last game for Maryville. 

Maryville made 211 yards from scrimmage against 8 yards from scrimmage for Carson-Newman. The 
7-0 score is not at all indicative of the hard fighting that marked the game. The victory settled for an- 
other year the Highlander supremacy over conference football opponents. 

The 1932 team will have to draw its material from a fighting second team. Martin Gillespie was 
elected captain of the new team; and Woodard, Boretsky, Jack Overly. Riser, Russell, Payne, West 
Richardson, Kalman, and all the other substitutes and new men must help Gillespie to carry on the Mary- 
ville Orange and Garnet to better and brighter heights. 



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Men's Basketball Squad 




Nee, Woodard, White, Mann, Cherry, Lewis, Kiser, Overly, Stone, Holioway, 
Jarnagin, Allen, Ferguson, Honaker, coach. 



One of the toughest schedules a Scot team has ever been called upon to play was 
the line-up of opponents given to Maryville's basketball team of 1931-1932. It finished 
the 21 -game schedule with two defeats, but those two losses cost Mary villa the Smoky 
Mountain Conference Championship. In games won and lost, Maryville ranked third 
in conference standing at the end of the season. 

The outstanding feature of the year for the team was a five-game trip that in- 
cluded Milligan, East Tennessee, King, V. P. I., and Roanoke. Not one of these games 
was lost. 

In fact it was not until February 15, that a Carson-Newman team, fighting to 
avenge a football defeat, handed the Scots their first conference setback. 

With the championship in sight, Maryville then lost its hardest game of the season 
to Milligan, 43-41. This game was the fastest and cleanest seen here for some time. 

The team loses White and Mann through graduation, but will have Lewis, captain- 
elect; Nee, Woodard, Overly, Kiser, Cherry, and Allen back again. 



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Basketball Men 




JAMES LEWIS JOHN WHITE, Capt. JOE WOODARD 

JACK NEE JACK OVERLY 

ERNEST MANN BLUNDON FERGUSON, Ugr. JOHN KISER 



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Smerznak, Lippard, Taylor, Truesdale, Richardson, Byerly, Stevenson, Felknor, Burns, Hitch, 
Moore, Callaway, Young, Bratschie, L. Webb, Byar, Kipp, Wood, Mattingjy, Paul, 

Thrower, coach; Neff. 



Coach Robert Thrower's track team finished up the 1931 season with a .500 
percentage. It was defeated by L. M. U. and the University of Tennessee, but broke the 
tape ahead of T. P. I. and the University of Chattanooga. 

The javehn throw record for Wilson Field was broken twice by Maryville men, the 
first time by Woodard and the second time by Russell, who had only practiced twice 
previously. The record is now 171 feet, 5 inches. 

One of the most thrilling finishes was turned in by "Speck" Moore, in the mile 
against U. T. He won the race. 

Roy Taylor, as captain of the team, started the season off with a stellar performance 
in the cross-country. Throughout the remainder of the season he led his teammates on 
with good leadership and plenty of courage in the face of defeat. 

The men back for 1932 were: Felknor, captain; Wood, Bratschie, Woodard, Russell, 
Byar, Paul, Hitch, Mann, Moore, Richardson, and Callawa)^. 



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Baseball Squad 




Smerznak, Kiser, Benn, Nee, Hurst, Teffeteller, Graf, Duff, Overly. 
Honaker, coach; Chandler, Stidham, White, West, Woodard, Watkins, Smith. 



The 1931 baseball machine put out by Coach L. S. Honaker had a season which 
showed up more of the individual characteristics of the players than usual. Woodard, 
White, Teffeteller, West, and Hurst were the only veterans left of the team, but they 
formed a nucleus from which high things were expected. 

The men who showed up well during the season, besides those just mentioned, were 
Kiser, Nee, Graf, Benn, and Chandler. The latter was forced to leave school because 
of family illness, and then received a try-out with the American League, Philadelphia 

Athletics. 

Out of a total of fifteen games played during the entire season only two games 
were lost. The pitching mainstays of the team were lost through graduation, but it is 
expected that Hurst, Kiser, Holloway, a freshman, Duff, and Pippert will rise to the 
needs of the occasion and will win ball games. 

White, the super-active first baseman and batter, was elected captain for 1932. 



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MEN'S TENNIS TEAM 

Smith, D. Buchanan, Strain, Talmadge, Fischbach, 

E. Buchanan, Landrum 





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Myers, Dunning, Silver, Penn, Thrower, coach 

Long, Ballard, Davis, Krainock, Bettis 

Overly, Burns, Teffeteller, Tope, Boretsky, Peacock, Cross 

Campbell 

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GIRLS' SOCCER CHAMPIONS 

Winn, Barr, Schoeller, Dick, Froneberger, Woods, 

Farlee, Yennie, Wayland, captain, FIassall 




GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM 
SwAFFORD, Cushman, Cooley, Hamrick, Carswell 



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WOMEN'S BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 

Back rott'— FARLEE, BARR, HEIDEL, COOLEY, LITTLE, MULLINS, THOMPSON 

ANDREWS, WINN 

Front roK— CARVER, WILSON, captain, WAYLAND, WOODWARD 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 

Back rott— BURCHETTE, WINN, GILLINGHAM, NEWMAN, JOYNER, PROFFITT, DUCKETT 

Front roa— COATES, JOHNSON, captain, COOPER, GAMBLE 

Not in picture— IMOGET^E WEBB 



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GIRLS' TUMBLING TEAM 

STANLEY, KELLAR, MITCHELL, BRATSCHIE, coach; HENRY, HARRIS, LOVETTE 




GIRLS' VOLLEY BALL CHAMPIONS 

WINN, CARTER, WILSON, TROTTER, HASSALL, DICK, LITTLE, BARR 
FARLEE, WAYLAND, YENNIE, SCHOELLER, captain. 



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Samuel Tyndale Wilson 

Expansion. A dreamer who recaptured the first 

small radiance and fused it with the growing ideal. 

An iron fighter who dared rejoice in the strait 

place. A visionary who led from summit to 

summit and from strength to strength. 



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Organizations 



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Ghllhowean Staff 




Margaret Melody 

Editor 

Conrad Quenelle 

Activities 

Arthur Lazell 

Athletics 



Nathalia Wright 

Associate Editor 

Leslie Webb 

Photography 

Margaret Mozingo 

Typist 



Andrew Newcomer 

Business Matiager 

Harry Wood 

Art 

Robert McReynolds 

Asst. Bus. Mgr. 



C M I L-H ONA/EAW 



Highland Echo Staff 




DR. HUNTER, Faculty Advisor; WELDON HINA, Editor-in-Chief; ALEXANDER JONES, Business 

Manager; JULIA TERRY 

NATHALIA WRIGHT, ROBERT STEVENSON, ROBERTA ROBISON, CONRAD QUENELLE 

ARTHUR LAZELL, GERALDINE SMITH, RICHARD ORR, CHARLES BEALE 

DOROTHY CASSERES, ROBERT RULE, MARGARET PARNELL, 

BENJAMIN GROVES, Assistant Business Manager. 



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Bainonian Officers 




Julia Terry, Katherine Hodges, Janet Stanley, Eleanor Henry, Lou Repass. 

Barbara Lyle, Laura Jean Workizer, Marjorie Gould, Georga Burk, 

Betty Wilbar. 

JosiE Tipton, Ellen Metz, Mabel Hambree, Eunice Grant, Ruth Farlee. 

Maxie Smith, Violet Webb, Lila Barr, Theresa Frey, Elizabeth Peterson. 



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C H I L-H ONA/^EAW 



Bainonian Literary Society 




Bainonian means traveler, and for fifty-seven years Bainonian Literary Society has 
been traveling in the front ranks of campus activities. Throughout the school year, 
from "rush week" in the fall, to the commencement program in the spring, the members 
of Bainonian take an important part in all forms of curricular and extra-curricular life. 

Bainonian's range of activity is as wide as college life itself. The current year has 
been no exception in this respect. Members of Bainonian hold important offices in 
Y.W.C.A., on the Echo staff, on the Chilhowean stafF, and have taken a leading part 
in dramatics and forensics. 

But Bainonian's influence does not end on the campus. The Bainonians in the 
past established high standards of living and high ideals of friendship. The Bainonians 
of the present strive to attain to these high standards and ideals, and to raise them even 
higher than they have been. 



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Athenian Officers 




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George Osborn, Robert Wallace, Cooley Combs, Clarence Bratschie 

Hubert Duncan, Ralph Teffeteller, Edward Cooper, Junius Allison 

William Hannah, Benjamin Groves, Wesley Culver, Aubrey Bradshaw, 

Harry Wood. 

Fred Kirchner, Gordon Grooms, Richard Orr, Ross Rankin, Walter Pippert. 



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Athenian Literary Society 




Athenian is the oldest literary society on the Hill, and as such, has a long record 
of achievements and successes. Service, loyalty, and co-operation are cardinal guid- 
ing factors in the life of Athenian as a society, and in the lives of Athenians as indi- 
viduals. 

One of the greatest services rendered by Athenian is the assistance in welcoming 
and orientating the freshmen. Athenians have shown their loyalty to the school and 
to the society, and their co-operation with society officers and with the college authorities. 

Some of the most prominent men on the hill this year are Athenians. The ma- 
jority of the Varsity debaters, the president of the senior class, the president of the 
Y.M.C.A., and many of the Y.M.C.A. Cabinet members are members of Athenian 
society. 

Athenian may well be proud of both its collective achievements and those of the 
individual members. 



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Alpha Sigma Officers 




Lincoln Hurst, Reno Smith, Cecil Marley, Laurence Somers, 

Charles West, Wilson Gillingham, Donald Briggs, Robert Overly, 

Steve Boretsky, John Tope, Michael Testa, Jack Nee, 

Robert Beyer, Jesse Willis, Dan Hicks, John McQueen. 



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C M I L-M ONA/EATNI 



Alpha Sigma Literary Society 




Alpha Sigma, though one of the younger hterary societies, is among the foremost 
from the standpoint of the ideals and abilities of its members. It is these individual 
characteristics which, carried together, have created the society. 

Alpha Sigmas are always welcome members of any group, and their affabilitv and 
congeniality are particularly extended to the freshmen in the fall in an effort to 
acquaint them with the college. 

Some of the most important positions on the hill are filled by Alpha Sigmas. The 
editor of the Highland Echo, the captain of the football squad, and members of the 
glee club, the expression department, the student council, and the Y.M.C.A. cabinet 
are worthy representatives of the society. The Theta Alpha Phi cup for the best 
midwinter was awarded Alpha Sigma this year. 

Alpha Sigma is still growing, as evidenced by its steady progress each year, and 
the college may expect in the future society an even more satisfactory medium for 
the expression of student activity. 



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Naomi Willingham, Helen Burdette, Helen Crowder, Anne Smartt, 
Jaculyn O'Dell 
Elizabeth Hunt, Iva Babcock, Edith Kitts, Frances Mingea, Ruth Guthrie 
Elizabeth Duncan, Willamara Minton, Ruth Swisher, Margaret Penland, 

Nell Jo Knight 

Dorothea Thomsen, Louise Reichelderfer, Mary Elizabeth Dyer, 

Mary Katherine Mize, Betty Hayes. 



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Theta Epsilon Literary Society 




The "Happy Sisters" of Theta Epsilon have been associated for thirty-eight years 
as a congenial band of friends striving together for education and recreation. In everv 
phase of college life a Theta may be distinguished by her talent and ingenuity along spe- 
cial lines. 

Thetas take great pleasure in welcoming the new girls in the fall "rush week", and 
throughout the year their interest in every member continues in active support of any 
Theta project. 

Some of Theta's most illustrious daughters on the hill include the presidents of the 
Y.W.C.A., the Student Body, and Pi Kappa Delta. Other members hold equally re- 
sponsible positions and are equally prominent in moulding student opinion. 

Theta is justly proud of the ideals she has set and followed in the past, of the happy 
sisters which she has sent out to figure largely in the fields of music, drama, and educa- 
tion, and she may with just enthusiasm look forward to her days of coming achievement. 



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Student Council 







Mildred MacKenzie, president, Lea Callaway, Cooley Combs, Iva Babcock, 

Francis Collins, Eloise Garrett. 

Naomi Willingham, Hubert Duncan, George Osborn, Virginia Crider, 

Benjamin Groves, Frances Mingea. 
Wilbur Johnson, Norma Spilatorf, Elizabeth Duncan, Harry Wood, 

Richard Orr. 

Geraldine Smith, Carrie Lou Tweed, Lorena Dunlap, Walter Pippert, 

Lillian Armstrong. 



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Music Department 




Miss Laura B. Hale 
Head of Department 



Miss Frances Henry 
Voice 



The Music Department of Maryville College is under the leadership of Miss Laura 
B. Hale, who offers advanced instruction in piano and harmony. She is assisted in the 
department of piano by Miss Susan Howard, who teaches piano and history of music; 
in the department of voice by Miss Frances Henry, who directs the Vesper Choir and 
the Glee Clubs; in the department of violin by Miss Mildred Butcher, who directs the 
Band, the Orchestra, and the String Ensemble. 




Miss Susan Howard 
Piano 



Miss Ruth Henry 
Graduate in Piano 



Miss Mildred Butcher 
Violin 



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Vesper Choir 




Mary Frances Henry - 

Susan Logan Howard 



Sopranos: 

Eloise Garrett 
Eleanor Henry 
Eloise Hitt 
Elizabeth Hunt 
Mary John Metcalfe 
Anne Smartt 
Norma Spilatore 
Mary Sloan Welch 
Blanche Wilson 

Tenors: 

Edward Cooper 
Edwin Greene 
Gordon Grooms 
Benjamin Groves 
William Hannah 
Robert Leach 
Harry Mathias 
Robert Overly 
Jesse Willis 



Director 

Accompanist 



Contraltos: 

Merle Beebe 
Mary Elizabeth Cromer 
Dorothy Narvan 
Mildred Purviance 
Virginia Ross 
Marjorie Salmons 
Lucille Swafford 
Pauline Throne 
Katherine Wayland 
Naomi Willingham 

Basses: 

Donald Briggs 
Jesse Lee Carter 
Gordon Courtney 
James Crothers 
Heydon Lampe 
William Marston 
Reno Smith 
James Stevenson 
Harry Wood 



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STRING ENSEMBLE 




COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



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College Band 




Mildred Butcher - 

Laurence Somers 



Director 



Drum Major 



Trumpet: 

Alex Brown 
James Stevenson 
John Phay 
Hugh Crawford 
Chester Bradbury 
Charles Stanberry 
C. B. Stanberry 
James Laing 
Leland Waggoner 

Trombone r 

Reno Smith 
Lee Merrick 

Alto Horn: 

Arnold Burgin 

Bass: 

Leon Brown 



Clarinet: 

Edgar Storey 
Thomas Vannatta 
Frank Mease 
Fred Knisely 

Saxophone : 

Jack Damron 
Robert Ross 
Robert Long 
William Nelson 
Joe Meyers 

Baritone: 

Gordon Grooms 

Drum: 

James Kerr 
Roy Lucas 
Fritz Cromer 
Paul Thomas 
LuciAN Brown 
Charles West 



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Glee Singers 




Mary Frances Henry 
Director 



Susan Logan Howard 
Accompanist 



Benjamin Groves 
Business Manager 



Robert Overly 
President 




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C M I L-M O WEATsI 



Girls' Glee Club 




Mary Frances Henry Susan Logan Howard 

Director Accompanht 



Ruth Henry 
Accompanist 



Expression Graduates 




Reno Smith, Lucy Ann Voorhees, Lou Repass 



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Theta Alpha Phi 




DONALD BRIGGS 
President 



Chilton Bowles 
George Osborn 
Lou Repass 
Elizabeth Wilbar 
Mary Lovette 



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WESLEY CULVER 
Secretary -Treasurer 

Reno Smith 

Laurence Somers 

Mrs. Nita Eckles West, honorary 

Dr. E. R. Hunter, honorary 



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College Players 




"PEG O' MY HEART" 
Coached by Miss Wilhemina Holland 




"THE MELTING POT" 
Coached by Miss Wilhemina Holland 



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Mid-Winters 




"SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER" 
Presented by Athenian Literary Society 




"WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER" 
Presented by Bainonian Literary Society 



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Mid-Winters 




"DAVID HARUM" 

Presented by Alpha Sigma Literary Society 

Thefa Alpha'phi Winner 




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"ALISON'S HOUSE" 
Presented by Theta Epsilon Literary Society 

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Pi Kappa Delta 




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Pi Kappa Delta 



PROF. VERTON QUEENER 

Coach 

Order: Instruction 

Degree: Special Distinction 



MILDRED CRAWFORD 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Proficiency 



ELIZABETH DUNCAN 

President 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Honor and Fraternity 



DR. E. R. HUNTER 

Order: Instruction 
Degree: Special Distinction 



MARY LOVETTE 

Vice-President 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



BENJAMIN GROVES 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Honor and Fraternity 



MARY JOHN METCALFE 

Editor 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



ROBERT STEVENSON 

Order: Debate and Oratory 

Degree: Proficiency and Fraternity 



MILDRED Mackenzie 

Order: Debate and Oratory 
Degree: Special Distinction and Proficiency 



EDITH McDUFFIE 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



FRED KIRCHNER 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 



JAMES LEWIS 
Varsity Squad 



ROBERT TRIPP 
Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



LUCILLE SWAFFORD 
Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 



CHARLES BEALE 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 



CARRIE LOU TWEED 

Order: Debate 
Degree: Fraternity 



ANDREW NEWCOMER 

Order: Debate 

Degree: Fraternity 



ERCELLE HUNTER 

Order: Debate 

Degree : Fraternity 



ARTHUR LAZELL 

Order: Debate and Oratory 
Degree: Proficiency and Fraternity 



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"M" CLUB 

Julia Terry 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Mildred Purviance 
Program Secretary 




HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



Ruby Hitch, Presiiieiit 
Theona Pruett, Vice-President 



LiLA Barr, Secretary 
Estalena Williams, Treasurer 



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Triangle Club 




Donald Briggs - _ - 
Ruth Farlee - - - 
Ruth Brocious 

Fred Kirchner 



Alma Allis 
Cecelia Conover 
Daniel Hicks 
George Howell 
James Howell 
Marjorie Jones 
Catherine Keeler 
Arthur Lazell 
Frank Neff 
Andrew Newcomer 
Walter Pippert 



MEMBERS 



President 
Y ice-President 
Secretary 



Treasurer 



Marjorie Salmons 
Mildred Schoeller 
Norma Spilatore 
Robert Stevenson 
Burton Toms 
Robert Toms 
Michael Testa 
Joseph Truxton 
Warren Warman 
Dorothy Woodward 



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C M I L-HiOWEATSi 



Alexander Duff 
Presideiif 



KENTUCKY CLUB 

WiLLIMAE ReNEGAR 

Vice-President 



Hilda Rankin 
Treasurer 




Laura Jean Workizer 
President 



FLORIDA CLUB 

Louise Avery 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Jesse Lee Carter 
Editor 



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MISSISSIPPI CLUB 

JoHiM McQueen, President Emma Buntin, Treasurer 

Dorothy Parr, Vice-President Irma Kate Vance, Program Secretary 




OHIO CLUB 



Lincoln Hurst, President 
John Kinsey, Vice-President 



Frances J. Eshelman, Sec'y-Trcas. 
Mae Martin, Program Secretary 



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C M I I_-MO\A/EAW 



Richard Orr 
President 



THREE "I" CLUB 

Helen Thompson 
Vice-President 



Jean Campbell 
Treasurer 




Inez Hamrick 
President 



CAROLINAS CLUB 

Amelia Dickens 
Secretary 



Josephine Woodward 

Mary Miller Knox 

Program Secretaries 



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Pre-Medical Club 




WiNFiELD Glass ------------- President 

Wesley Culver ---------- Vice-President 

CooLEY Combs ------- Secretary-Treasurer 

Alexander Duff ----- Program Secretary 

MEMBERS 

Lea Callaway Harvey Lowry 

Carl Cassada Margaret Mozingo 

Tom Davis Ross Rankin 

Beulah Duggan Lindsay Tope 

Sam Waid 



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Y. M. G. A. Cabinet 




Lea Callaway Clarence Bratschie Junius Allison 

Laurence Somers Donald Briggs Floyd Waters Andrew Newcomer 

Harry Wood Aubrey Bradshaw William Hannah David McArthur 



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Y. M. G. A. Officers 




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Ralph Teffeteller 
President 



Robert Overly 
Secrefary 



Alexander Duff 
Vice-President 



The Y. M. C. A. has rendered much valuable service on the Hill this year. The 
word "Service" has been a keyword in the organization's activities. Plans for an active 
year were made during the annual fall retreat at Tallassee. The Y.M.C.A.'s service, how- 
ever, had begun even before that, for during the summer months the "M" Handbook had 
been printed and distributed to incoming freshmen. This little book was a great help 
in getting the new students orientated and acquainted with Maryville ideas and ideals. 

The Fellowship Club, organized under the supervision of the Y. M. C. A. was also 
a great help to the freshmen. It enabled them to become acquainted with one another 
and with the old students. 

Besides these particular services to the freshmen and new students, the "Y" has been 
a real factor in stimulating the student body in general to a higher type of college life, 
and to a thoughtful interest in current problems. The weekly meetings have brought 
good programs and popular speakers to those who have attended them. 



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Y. W. G. A. Cabinet 




Anne Smartt, Naomi Willingham, Nathalia Wright, Ellen Macrae 

WiLLiMAE Renegar, Ruth Brocious, Mildred Purviance, Virginia Crider 

Mary Ella Spencer, Ruth Guthrie, Mildred MacKenzie, Laura J. Workizer 

IvA Babcock, Dorothea Thomsen, Louise Avery, Mary Swacick 



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Y. W. G. A. Officers 




Merle Beebe -------------- Presideiii 

Eleanor Henry ---------- Vice-President 

Barbara Lyle --------- Secretary 

Elizabeth Wilbar ------ Treasurer 



The Y. W. C. A. is a very important factor in the life on the Hill. Its members 
co-operate with the Y. M. C. A. in the production of the "M" book, and its Nu Gamma 
groups take the place of the Fellowship Club among the men. The "Big Sister" move- 
ment is very helpful to the freshman girls. 

At the weekly meetings of the Y. W. C. A., studies of life problems are made 
which are beneficial to all those who attend. These programs deal with questions of 
vital importance to college students and tend to keep them in touch with the great 
national and international policies. 

The Y. W. C. A. is an organization of world-wide influence. The MaryviUe unit 
of this great system aims to give the highest ideals of Christian and Christian service 
to the college. 



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Nu Gamma Sigma Leaders 




Inez Hamrick, leader, Margaret Smith, Dorothy Hassall, Dorothy Casseres 

Marie Schroeluke, Ruth Farlee, Mildred Purvlance, Jeanne Martin, 

Virginia Ross 

Elizabeth Gillis, Geraldine Smith, Elizabeth Ayers, Alm.a Allis, 

Bernice McNutt 

Blanche Wllson, Lila Barr, Elinor Winn, Frances Massey, Margaret Parnell 



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Student Volunteer Association 




OFFICERS 

Elizabeth Gillis ------------- President 

Michael Testa --__-.----- Secretary-Treasurer 

Janet Warren, Roberta Robison ---------- Editors 

Dorothy Casseres, Katherine Smith - ----- Program Secretaries 

Frank Neff ----------- Editor of Neivs Bulletin 

Annette Luetje ---------- Devotional Chairman 

Mr. Black ------------ Faculty Advisor 

The purpose of the Student Volunteer Movement is to inform people who plan 
to enter the foreign mission field of the needs of that field, to enlist recruits for the 
service, and to create an intelligent interest in missions among the laity who do not enter 
active service. 

The Maryville College group is the largest and strongest in the state. The dele- 
gation attending the Quadrennial Convention of the Movement in Buffalo, New York, 
during the Christmas vacation was one-fifth of the total attendance from the South 
Atlantic Region. A representative delegation was also sent to the spring conference at 
Bethel College, McKenzie, in March. 

One of the most valuable services rendered during the year was the publication of 
the Student Volunteer World News Bulletin in the library. The most significant 
happenings in the economic, social, political, and religious life of the world were con- 
cisely reported, and were interpreted or commented upon in the editorial columns of the 
bulletin. 

Speakers from outside the group were engaged from time to time and spoke on 
Sunday evenings to meetings which exceeded in attendance and interest those of any 
previous year. 



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Ministerial Association 




Robert Stevenson 
President 

Warren Warman 
Vice-President, Program Secretary 



Harry C. Wood 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Edward B. Cooper 
Editor 



The Ministerial Association of Maryville College has rendered much important 
service to the college and to the community during the past year. Its members have 
held services at some of the country churches, at the almshouse, at the county prison, 
and at the Magee Street Mission. The weekly meetings of the Association have been 
very helpful to the members of the organization, as well as to visitors and friends. 

The members of the Ministerial Association are chosen from three classes of stu- 
dents: (1) those who have pledged themselves to full time Christian service, (2) those 
who are still open to conviction concerning such a pledge, and (3) those whose general 
standing and whose interest in the Association have led to their being voted into mem- 
bership. 

The Ministerial Association is growing rapidly and its members look forward with 
eagerness to another year of service at Maryville. 



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M I UHOWEAISI 




Dr. William H. Foulkes 



Rev. Sidney Stringham 



The February Meetings 

With Dr. William H. Foulkes as speaker, and Rev. Sidney E. Stringham as song 
conductor, the fifty-sixth series of February Meetings were directed along vital lines of 
inspiration and guidance. Dr. Foulkes, who is pastor of the Old First Church in 
Newark, New Jersey, devoted his time and ability exclusively to the needs of the stu- 
dents, and acted not only as a minister of the gospel, but as an adviser of youth. Rev. 
Stringham, who returned for the eleventh consecutive year to lead the song services, 
once more advanced the message of the meetings through his medium of music. 



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Dr. Stevenson and his Wednesday morning chapel sermons are as much a Mary- 
ville tradition as the February Meetings and moonshining. Since 1919, when they first 
came to Maryville College, the college pastor and his wife, through their courtesy and 
hospitality, have so grown into the life of the college that they have become one with 
the students and the faculty in the growth of a greater Maryville. 

Dr. Stevenson was drawn to Maryville from his first absorbed reading of Dr. 
Wilson's A Century of Maryville College, and since coming here he has directed his 
life and influence in the greatest harmony with that "story of altruism." 




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Ralph Waldo Lloyd 

An open door. An explorer who, in the threshold 

pause, received the heritage of a gripping past, 

heard the challenge of an untried present, saw the 

ideal of a fascinating future. And he 

entered in, thrice armed. 



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MISS MILDRED HARRIS 

REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF 

Dr. Isaac Anderson 

1819 — 1857 



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MISS MARGARET SMITH 

REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF 

Dr. John J. Robinson 

1857 — 1861 



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MISS INEZ HAMRICK 

REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF 

Dr. Peter Mason Bartlett 

1869 — 1887 



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MISS DOROTHEA THOMSEN 

REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF 

Dr. Samuel Ward Boardman 

1889 — 1901 



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MISS VIRGINIA CRIDER 

REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF 

Dr. Samuel Tyndale Wilson 

1901 — 1930 



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REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF 

Dr. Ralph Waldo Lloyd 

1930 



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Inauguration 

The inauguration of Dr. Ralph Waldo Lloyd as the sixth president of Maryville 
College was celebrated in a two-day program of extensive address on the twenty-second 
and twenty-third of October, 1931. The double theme for the occasion was "Th-.: 
Story of World Progress During the Lifetime of Maryville College", and "The College of 
Liberal Arts in Present Day Thought and Life." A number of the most prominent Ameri- 
cans in the varied fields of religion, education, law, science, and journalism were speakers. 
Among them were: Dr. W. J. Hutchins, president of Berea College; Dr. C. A. Ellwood, 
professor of sociology at Duke University; Dr. J. H. Finley, associate editor of the 
Neif York Times; and Dr. H. T. Kerr, president of the board of Christian education 
of the Presbyterian Church. The culminating and final exercise of the entire program 
was the induction of Dr. Lloyd by Dr. W. R. Dawson, chairman of the board ot 
directors. At the roll call of the great aggregation of special visitors and witnesses to 
this ceremony answers were made by representatives of ninety-six colleges and univer- 
sities, sixteen of whom were themselves college presidents. 



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LUXURY. ..at 

THE PARK'S GATEWAY 

After a day's motoring, know the luxury of The Andrew Johnson. 

Rooms are large and airy. ... all with tub and shower. Meals are 

more than satisfying . . . and at prices that travelers like to pay. 



Single Room - - 
Double Room - ■ 



$2.50 to $5.00 
$4.50 to $8.00 



HOTEL ANDREW JOHNSON 



UNDER KNOTT MANAGEMENT 



Knoxville 



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Tennessee \ 

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CHANDLER-SINGLETON CO. 

Department Store 

Friendly Five Shoes for Men 
Wayne Knit Hosiery 



NORTON HARDWARE COMPANY 

"A Iways at Your Service" 
MARYVILLE ■ TENNESSEE 



C M I L-M ONA/EATSI 



We wish to thank the students for their courteous 

patronage and wish each one good luck and a very 

pleasant vacation 



THE WEBB STUDIO 

Photos of Permanency and Character 

COLLEGE STREET 

MARYVILLE 



SATISFACTION 

IN 
FLOWERS 

On the Hill, Back Home, or Any 

Place You May Have Occasion 

to Use Them 



BAUM'S 
Home of Flowers 

HUGH M. CLARK 
Manager 



PROFFITT'S 



"The Students' Store' 



EFFICIENT SERVICE 

HIGHEST QUALITY 

LOWEST PRICES 

MAKE 

PROFFITT'S 

THE BEST PLACE 

TO TRADE 



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♦ MORE DEPARTURES 

♦ MORE CITIES SERVED 

♦ TERMINALS RI^HT 

DOWNTOWN 

Maryville College students know Southeastern 
Greyhound Lines service . . . the way most of them 
travel because of the unusual comfort and con- 
venience, plus the many dollars saved. 

You'll find Greyhound the Collegiate Way to 
travel . , . you can keep the gang together and have 
a rip-roaring time. Or you can charter a whole 
bus . . . just for the frat house gang ... by the mile, 
day or hour for the next intercollegiate event, 
splitting the cost between the passengers. 

SOUTHEASTERN 

GREYHOUND 






C M I LHONA/EATM 



WHITE 
STAR 
LINE 



INC. 



Our Best Wishes 

to 

Graduates of Maryville 
College 

COiME BACK TO SEE US 
WHEN POSSIBLE 

WALKER'S 

Drug Store and 
Tea Room 



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EAST TENNESSEE PACKING CO. 



BYRNE DRUG 
CO. 

The Rexall Store 



"On the Convenient 
Corner" 



We Deliver 

Phones 
and 



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C M I L-HOWEAW 



PALACE 
THEATRE 

C^K9 

Select 
Photoplays 

Maryville 
Tenn. 



It Costs Less at 

STERCHI BROS. 

STORES, INC. 

▼ 

Phone 666 

222-224-230 Main St. 

Maryville ■ Tennessee 



WRIGHT'S 
5 and 10c 
STORE 



"Where a Little Money 

Goes a Long 

Way" 



McCammon- 
Ammons 

Funeral Home 

AMBULANCE 
SERVICE 

Maryville - Tennessee 



BRANSON 
SISTERS 

Photojtfraphers 

7131/2 Gay St. 

special rates to 
maryville 
students 

Knoxville - Tennessee 



HOPE 
BROTHERS 

JEWELERS 

Since 1868 

Knoxville - Tennessee 




C M I LH ONA/'EA>4 



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COMPANY 

DESIGNERS ¥" PRINTERS 



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FINE COLLEGE ANNUALS 

KNOXVILLE.TENN 

U.S.A. 

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skillful and trained effort, only^. - * 

Cappen supremacy is £he result of many^ 
years of successful experience in Annual de- 
si^nin^ and eng,raving,. This experience, to- 
g,etKer wi£h the South 's best artists, desig,ners 
and engravers, is a g,uarantee for £he finest 
Annuals.-' a******....^,,^ 

CAPPER - ENGRAVING - COMPANY. 
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